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MARGARET CZERW
Associate Professor, Chemistry
“One of the greatest challenges has been to make chemistry interesting and to motivate my students. I try not just to pass on information and skills, but also enthusiasm for chemistry. Students enter the classroom with different experiences, backgrounds, learning capabilities and interests. I view each student as an individual and honor different learning styles and abilities.”
EDUCATION
PhD, Computational Chemistry,
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences,
Rutgers University
BA, Chemistry (Highest Honors),
Rutgers University
AS, Chemistry (Highest Honors),
RVCC


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Adjunct Instructor
RVCC
Chemistry Teaching Assistant
Rutgers University
Summer Internship
Merck & Co. Inc.

AWARDS/HONORS
Excellence in Graduate Research Award, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University, 2001

Rieman Prize (outstanding performance as a teaching assistant), Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University, 2001-2001

Graduate School Excellence Fellowship, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University, 1998-2000

Hypercube Scholar Award for Scholastic Excellence in Chemistry, Rutgers University, 1998

National Starch Award for Outstanding Academic Performance and Research in Chemistry, Rutgers University, 1997

Phyllis Dunbar Chemistry Prize for Outstanding Performance in Physical Chemistry, Rutgers University, 1997

Howard Hughes Fellowship, The Center of Molecular Biophysics, Rutgers University, 1997



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